How to get here

Driving Distances

Location        Miles   Time

London           72        2hrs
Birmingham    196      3hrs 30min
Manchester     287      5hrs
Newcastle       365      6hrs 20min
Edinburgh       482      8hrs 30min
Swansea         246      4hrs 11min
Norwich          174      3hrs 21min

Getting to Eastbourne is easy...

Eastbourne is one of the closest major conference towns to the Channel Tunnel and with superb transport links by road, sea, rail and air it makes a popular venue choice.
By Road
Main approach is from the M25 via the M23/A23 leading to the A27. An alternative route from London is on the A22 and from the channel ports the A259.The M25 skirts the capital linking Eastbourne to Britain’s motorway network at Godstone via the A22.
By Sea
The nearest ferry service operates just 20 minutes away, from Newhaven to Dieppe. The Channel Tunnel, Folkestone and Dover are about 1½ hours drive away (east) and Portsmouth is about 1¾ hours drive (west). Eastbourne’s Sovereign Harbour Marina offers berthing 24 hours a day to accommodate visiting yachts and cruises. 
By Air
London Gatwick Airport is an hour away by rail or car and Heathrow and Stansted Airports are about 2 hours drive via the M25.
By Rail
Southern Railway operates direct train services every 30 minutes during the day with a journey time of just 90 minutes from London Victoria. Regular services link Eastbourne with Ashford International and Eurostar services to Paris, Lille and Brussels. South Coast trains from Scotland, the North West, the Midlands and the East which by-pass London, link conveniently with Eastbourne services at either Gatwick Airport or Hayward’s Heath.
By Coach
National Express operates weekends and bankholidays from London Victoria Coach Station. 
Devonshire Quarter is located on Compton Street. Use the postcode BN21 4BP for satellite navigation. For more information on how to get to Eastbourne please see the Visit Eastbourne website.